Hotel Listel Shinjuku
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... most beautiful of all, due to the graceful arcs of the trailing branches. The blossoms vary from only five to multiple petals, but as the petals fall the ground looks most beautiful like a first snowfall. Many older groups were picnicing and kids playing under the trees in this enormous garden. After ninety minutes of walking we left over half unexplored. There were also traditional japanese and english and chrysanthemum gardens, a few reflecting ponds, a tea house ...
... our luggage and back to the train station, we walked for over 8 hours today! I promptly passed on my face on sinisas arm for a good half hour! We now have 16 hours before we reach Sydney, and I am feeling optimistic! We haven’t killed each other yet and we have been lost umpteen times today, took trains, metros and walked our butts off, taken a million photos and had language barriers at every step! Pfffttt marriage is ...
... eating a 6 course breakfast. :)
One of my plans for the holiday was to try as many flavors of kit kat that I could find. There is a story (urban myth?) online about a Kit Kat shop that sells 50 different flavors, the local supermarket was selling Green tea Kit Kat and a chocolate covered biscuit called 'Pocky' that was quite tasty.
The Sony exhibition was quite fun, unreleased makes and models that will be available for sale in 2015, I was listening to ...
... After this I made an impulsive but cheap decision to clamber into a baseball batting cage on the roof of a nearby building. I opted for the fairly tame 80 to 100 kmh cage and barely even clipped any of the 30 balls fired at me. Not my sport I guess... My final act in the city was to walk to a park which looked large and promising on the map but proved to be a long walk to find that it was closed due to a dengue fever outbreak. A hasty retreat ...
... westerner in the place. We were swiftly ushered into a VIP area, (that it turns out is solely reserved for Tomo’s private use!) where three bottles of Moet were consumed and Luce had a little nap (such a raver!!). Leaving the club the sun was shining and Luce fell flat on her face, we are really hoping that Tomo got papped dragging a drunk English girl off the floor.
At the station ...